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Coriaria Myrtifolia

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Coriaria Myrtifolia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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  GENERAL

General

Coriaria Myrtifolia, L.

Natural order, Coriaricae.

Authority. A. Roux, Lond. Med. Gaz., 3, 611, poisoning of four children by berries; one ate 80 or 100, the others considerably less.

Eyes bright and rolling in their sockets.

Pupils dilated.

Face bloated and livid.

Foaming at mouth (as in epileptic patients).

Trismus (as in epileptic patients).

Pulse rather full.

Convulsions of limbs (as in epileptic patients).

Convulsive motions of short duration in general, though they continued longer in the limbs of the left side.

Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Coriaria Myrtifolia

Corn-f > general
30 grains pulv. cort. rad. Cor. flor. Pulse 62, soft, natural at time of taking.

Corn-f > general
12 grains of the resin of Cor. flor. Pulse 62, soft, natural at time of taking.

Corn-f > general
12 grains extract of Cor. flor. Pulse 68, natural and soft, on taking the drug.

Corn-f > general
12 grains of gum of Cor. flor. Pulse 62, natural on taking the drug.

Corn-f > general
2 ounces decoction of Cor. flor. [right] Pulse 66, natural, on taking.

Corn-f > general
2 ounces of infusion of Cor. flor. [right] Pulse 72, natural, on taking.

CORNU > general
30 grains pulv. cort. rad. Cor. seri. Pulse 70, naturally full, on taking.

CORNU > general
12 grains of the resin of Cor. seri. Pulse 72, natural, on taking.

CORNU > general
12 grains extract of Cor. ser. Pulse 76, natural, on taking.

CORNU > general
12 grains of gum of Cor. ser. Pulse 64, natural, on taking.

CORNU > general
2 ounces of decoction of Cor. ser. [right] Pulse 68, natural, on taking.

CORNU > general
2 ounces of infusion of Cor. ser. Pulse 76, natural, on taking.

Bar-c > general
This is also a strong feature of Baryta carb, but much stronger in Merc cor.

Merc-c > general
Merc. cor has more excoriation and burning, more activity and excitement

Merc-c > general
Merc is slower and more sluggish. Merc. cor is violent and active in its movements, it takes hold and runs its course with greater activity. So with a mercury base we have often to prefer this salt.

Merc-c > general
In the eye symptoms there is more excoriation. The pains, burning, smarting, etc., in the eruptions and ulcers are more violent. In Merc we have slow spreading ulcers, but in Merc. cor there is great eating.

Merc-c > general
Merc. cor has decided symptoms of its own, but they are limited. You cannot tell the ptyalism, or the lardaceous ulcers apart.

Merc-c > general
In sore throat, if it is a Merc. case, the ulcers are spreading rapidly and burning and smarting like coals of fire, you would say that Merc is not so intense as this. You need Merc. cor for the violence, the intense burning, and the rapid spread.The throat is enormously swollen, the glands are swollen, and the thirst is insatiable.

Merc-c > general
great burning in the rectum. It is a violent case of dysentery. I would prefer Merc in ordinary Merc cases, but if this patient is not relieved he will not live, and Merc. cor is needed here.

Merc-c > general
In the urinary organs the symptoms are violent. Albuminuria is more marked in Merc. cor than in Merc It is one of the most frequently indicated remedies in the albuminuria of pregnancy and a very useful remedy when gout is present.

Merc-c > general
Merc. cor relieves the itching and burning, and causes the purse-string to let up. It is seldom indicated in gonorrhoea, but is called for when there is greenish yellow or bloody watery discharge, with violent burning and urging to urination and to stool, and violent painful erections. Chancres spread with great rapidity.

Med > general
Very few and slight traces of the eruption. Right arm the seat of acute lancinating pain, especially at the level of the deltoid "V," deep down near the bone at the insertion of the tendon (probably a hygroma). On examining the tendo Achillis, pain at the level of the left ankle, nothing to the right at the same level, but the pain is above all acute along the inner border of the right tibia, to five or six centimetres from the flat surface. This part is oedematous and painfully sensitive. Another painful spot in the abdomen is behind the right anterior superior iliac spine, and beside the navel (probably muscular). The urethral discharge contained abundant bacilli besides gonococci. Treatment by daily injection of one centigramme of Merc. cor. was commenced. The next day there was sharp fever, saburral tongue. The abdominal pains were frankly muscular. Trace of albumen in the urine. Next night there was delirium, and epistaxis in the morning. This case went on to recovery. Another case, also in a girl of seventeen, of phthisical history, and even complicated with syphilis, presented the same order of symptoms, along with epistaxis, haemoptysis, albuminuria, endocarditis with suffocative attacks and violent palpitations, ending in permanent disablement. These cases may be regarded as provings of Medorrh. from the homoeopathic stand-point.

Merc-c > general
The chief effect of the Chlorine element in this salt appears to be to intensify the mercurial action. Merc. cor. is Merc. viv. with a much greater rapidity of action.

Merc-c > general
Phagedena is the type of Merc. cor. ulceration.

Merc-c > general
The burning of Merc. cor. is more intense.

Merc-c > general
For this reason Merc. cor. is more generally prescribed In dysentery than Merc. viv., and it has even become a recognised remedy in the old school.

Merc-c > general
As with other ulcerating remedies, Merc. cor. is a powerful disinfectant.

Merc-c > general
Before the proper degree of dilution had been ascertained many patients were poisoned by its external use. Merc. cor. has some of its most characteristic symptoms in the urinary sphere.

Merc-c > general
In some of the poisoning cases the bladder was found after death firmly contracted into a small hard lump. "Tenesmus vesicae, with intense burning in urethra and discharge of mucus and blood with the urine or after it," is a keynote for Merc. cor.

Merc-c > general
When this accompanies dysentery Merc. cor. is the remedy.

Merc-c > general
A patient of mine who had had under allopathic treatment an injection of a solution of Merc. cor. (gr. vi to two ounces) injected into his urethra for gonorrhoea, not only suffered intensely in the urethra at the time, but for years afterwards had a painful spasm of the rectum every time he had coitus.

Merc-c > general
This is the note of Merc. cor.

Merc-c > general
In the diarrhoea calling for Merc. cor. there is the "never-get-done feeling" long after all has passed that there is to come.

Merc-c > general
Membranous threads in stool; much pure blood; weakness, faintness, shuddering. Merc. cor. is a true gonorrhoea remedy, but local injections of it are not the right form of administration.

Merc-c > general
The chancres of Merc. cor. spread with great rapidity.

Merc-c > general
The sore throat of Merc. cor. is also characterised by the rapid spread of the affection and by the intensity of the burning pains.

Merc-c > general
If to the uvula is applied on a brush a little of a low trituration of Merc. cor. it will in many cases immediately, and often permanently, relieve the trouble.

Merc-c > general
In syphilitic eye affections Merc. cor. is a leading remedy.

Merc-c > general
Scrofulous no less than syphilitic ophthalmias with these characters yield to Merc. cor.

Merc-c > general
These are affected by Merc. cor.

Merc-c > general
Skin affections of many kinds are met by Merc. cor., including syphilitic roseola and small-pox and condylomata.

Merc-c > general
When present in cases of enteric fever, pains in the tibiae may form an indication for Merc. cor. along with the symptoms of intestinal ulceration; also affections of the tibiae occurring as sequelae of enteric.

Merc-c > general
Like Merc. viv., Merc. cor. has a distinct place in rheumatism and rheumatic fever.

Merc-c > general
A case of poisoning by Merc. cor. is quoted from Eisenhardt in Brit.

Merc-c > general
R. C. Markham (Med. Adv., xxi. 524) records a cure with Merc. cor. after the failure of Merc. viv. in a case of dysentery.

Merc-c > general
Symptoms 3 and 5 were not found under Merc. viv., but were under Merc. cor.

Merc-c > general
The patient felt better within ten minutes of receiving a dose of Merc. cor. 1m. (I give the case, as it is a striking one, but I am unable to find the indications he names under Merc. cor. in Bell's work on Diarrhoea, from which Markham says he obtained them. My editions are third and fourth.) The Conditions of Merc. cor. are in the main those of Merc.

Merc-c > general
According to Teste, Merc. cor. is suited to males, and Merc. sol. to females. Merc. cor. will act in men on indications for Merc. sol.

Merc-c > general
He lays this down as a positive law, and without going into the details of experience on which it is based, he mentions this as a "curious fact" Both Merc. cor. and Merc. sol. antidote Sepia, which antidotes them in turn but imperfectly.

Merc-c > general
But "this neutralisation of Merc. cor. by Sepia, and vice versā, does not take place thoroughly except in the case of males, nor does the neutralisation of Merc. sol. by Sepia, and vice versā, take place thoroughly except in females.".

Merc-c > relationships
Compare Throat, Caust. Iritis, Aur., K. iod. Typhoid, peritonitis, pain in tibia, Lach. Uvula, Hyo. Strawberry tongue, Fragar vesc., Bacil. Desire for cold water, Ars., Pho.; for cold food, Pho. (Lyc. amel. hot drinks.) Antrum of Highmore, Mag. c., Merc. bin. agg. After coitus, K. ca. Dysentery, Nux (but Nux has amel. after stool). Intussusception, Thuj. Burning in throat, Ars., Ars. iod.., Caps. Spasm of throat, Bell. (Bell. has full, strong pulse, and no burning pains; Merc. cor. quick, weak, irregular pulse).

Kali-bi > face
Yellowish, sickly, anxious. (Lyc.) Drawn, pale, and covered with cold, clammy sweat. Acne on. Bones of, Bruised feeling, periodical tearing, boring, sensitiveness of, and of cranium. (Merc - cor.) Tension in scalp and face making features stiff. Swelling, over malar bones, under nose.

Kali-bi > face
(Merc - cor.) Tension in scalp and face making features stiff.

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